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The Very Wicked. Delete (a duplicate of an entry correctly found under pseudonym Nick Hudson)
-In Golden Shackles. Hutchinson, 1896; Dodd, 1896
-An Unread Letter. Digby, Long, 1909
-Priests and People: A No-Rent Romance. Eden, 1891
BAILEY, ALICE WARD. Pseudonym: A. B. Ward, q.v.
BANKS, MRS. G(EORGE) LINNAEUS [ISABELLA VARLEY BANKS]
-The Slowly Grinding Mills. Griffith, 1893
BARBOUR, A. MAYNARD
Told in the Rockies. [West]
BELL, GERTRUDE. 1855-1946.
-Sarabande. Greening, 1914
BELL, LILIAN. Pseudonym of Lilian Lida Bell Bogue, 1867-1929.
-Angela’s Quest. Duffield, 1910
BENNETT, (SUSAN) EMILY. 1852-1913.
-Bewitched. Bentley, 1895
BEST, J(OYCE) SOMERVILLE. 1911- .
The Return of Christy Briscoe. Dymocks (Sydney), 1951
BESWICK, EARDLEY. 1885-1979. Pseudonym: Fareman Wells, q.v.
BIRCHENOUGH, MABEL CHARLOTTE (BRADLEY)
BLISSETT, NELLIE K.
-The Sea Hath Its Pearls. Hutchinson, 1901. U.S. title: From the Unsounded Sea. Appleton, 1901
BOGGS, MARTHA FRYE
Jack Crews. [West]
BOGGS, SARA ELISABETH (SIEGRIST). 1843- .
-Sandpeep. Little, 1906
BOGUE, LILIAN LIDA BELL. 1867-1929. Pseudonym: Lilian Bell, q,v,
BRADLEY, MARY (WILHELMINA) HASTINGS
-The Palace of Darkened Windows. Appleton, 1914 [Egypt]
BRAKEALL, WINSTON GREY. 1966- . (Correcting birth date.)
BRETT, JOHN MICHAEL. Pseudonym of Miles (Barton) Tripp, 1923-2000, q.v.; other pseudonym: Michael Brett, q.v. Under these two pen names, the author of three adventures of Hugo Baron, an agent who works for a British organization called Diecast.
A Cargo of Spent Evil. Barker, UK, hc, 1966. SC: Hugo Baron. Add setting: England, Germany. [On this assignment Baron poses as a Neo-Nazi sympathizer.] Shown is the cover of the reprint Pan edition.
_Diecast. Pan, UK, pb, 1966. Previously published as by Michael Brett. [Add this edition.]
A Plague of Dragons. Barker, UK, hc, 1965. SC: Hugo Baron. Setting: Africa.
BRETT, MICHAEL. Pseudonym of Miles (Barton) Tripp, 1923-2000, q.v.; other pseudonym: John Michael Brett, q.v.
Diecast. Barker, UK, hc, 1964. Gold Medal, US, pb, 1963. Add: also published as by John Michael Brett: Pan, UK, pb, 1966. SC: Hugo Baron.
-The Black Cross. Moffat, 1909 [Russia, Germany]
BROWN, CARTER. Note: Some books published around 1960 may have been written by authors other than Yates.
BUNKER, JANE. Pseudonym.
-A Pillar of Dust. Arrowsmith, 1905
CAREY, ROSA NOUCHETTE
-But Men Must Work. Bentley, 1892; Lippincott, 1893
CHANTER, GRATIANA. Pseudonym of Gratiana Longworth Knocker.
-The Witch of Withyford. Dent, 1896; Macmillan (New York City), 1896
CLARK, RONALD H(ARRY)
Some Adventures of Samson Cogg. Reprint edition (Pentland Press, 1996) adds these stories: Some Acquire Greatness \ Steam on Road and Rail \ Trial by Judge and Jury \ Village Wedding \ A Winter’s Tale
COLLINS, GILBERT (HENRY). 1890-1960. (Adding middle name.)
Mystery in St. James’s Square. (Note: This was an unauthorized rewrite of an unpublished manuscript by Harold Ellicott Scarborough, 1897-1935.)
-The Crimson Gate. Paul, 1910
-The Guest. Arnold, 1917 [England]
COMBE, MRS. KENNETH [THEODORA WILLIAMSON COMBE]
-In Full Payment. Skeffington, 1920
-Rediviva. Hurst, 1896
Five Ports to Danger. Correct U.S. publisher to Belmont
South Coast of Danger. Correct U.S. publisher to Belmont
COOKE, MATILDA VANCE
-The Zig-Zag Paths of Life. Kerr (Chicago), 1895
COUCH, LILLIAN M. QUILLER
-The Marble King. Arrowsmith, 1899 [Adriatic]
COUCH, STATA B.
-In the Shadow of the Peaks. Greening, 1909 [Mexico]
COULTER, STEPHEN. 1914- . Pseudonym: James Mayo, q.v. British journalist and author; served in World War II as one of American General Eisenhower’s staff officers. Under his own name, the author of eight espionage/adventure novels included in the Revised Crime Fiction IV, four of them published in the UK only.
Rest and Change. Vickers pb, ca.1920 Novelets (criminous = *): *Extremity and Opportunity \ The Hidden Stream \ Rest and Change
CURTIS, ALICE TURNER
-A Challenge to Adventure. Jones (Boston), 1919
CURTIS, ROBERT (GEORGE). 1889-1936.
DANIELS, CORA LINN (MORRISON)
The Bronze Buddha. Add [Colorado]
DEAN, MRS. ANDREW
-Cousin Ivo. Black (London), 1899. Also published as by Mrs. Alfred Sidgwick: Nelson, 1910
-A Field of Tares. Harper, 1891
DENNIS, ENID MAUD
-Mr. Coleman, Gent. Kenedy, 1920 [England, 1664]
DEPTULA, WALTER (J., JR.) ca.1934- . Series character: Frank Arrow, born Franco Arronelli, a professional thief who steals what others have stolen and returns it to its rightful owner for a fee. [This is a complete entry for the author. Numbers in brackets indicate the correct chronological sequencing.]
The Death List of Rico Scalisi. Curtis, pb, 1974. Add setting: New York City. [#3.] [Arrow’s estranged father is the target of a vengeance-mad mafioso.]
Naked Mistress. Curtis, pb, 1974. Setting: Hawaii, Mexico. [#2.]
Wine, Women ... and Death. Curtis, pb, 1974. Setting: Hawaii. [#1.] “He had hot jewels and broads on his hands and every cold killer in Hawaii on his tail.”
DIEHL, ALICE (MANGOLD)
-Love–with Variations. Long, 1906
DIMENT, (FREDERICK) ADAM. 1943- .
DOONAN, GRACE WALLACE. Add pseudonym: Mary Wallace, q.v.
Naked Country. Film: Queensland Film, 1984 (scw: Tim Burstall, Ross Dimsey; dir: Burstall)
EVANS, LIZ. Born in 1960s in Highgate, and lives in Boreham Wood, Hertfordshire; worked in various companies from plastic moulding manufacturers to Japanese banks to film production and BBC radio.
FALCONER, LANOE. Pseudonym of Morwenna Pauline Hawker, 1865-1908.
-Mademoiselle Ixe. Unwin, 1891; Cassell, 1891
Deep Currents. [Asia Minor]
The Eames-Erskine Case. Correct Collins publication date to: 1923
FINNEMORE, EMILY PEARSON. 1863- .
-The Bondage of God. Digby, Long, 1905
FORBES, COLIN. Pseudonym of Raymond H. Sawkins, 1923-2006, q.v.; other pseudonyms: Jay Bernard & Richard Raine. Born in London; served in North Africa in World War II before joining a publishing and printing firm. Under this pen name, the author of over 30 novels of espionage, action and adventure. Appearing in many of them is a man called Tweed, the Deputy Director of the Secret Intelligence Service. For a long article on Forbes after his passing by Iwan Morelius, a long-time friend, see this post on the Mystery*File blog.
The Janus Man. Collins; UK, hc, 1987. Harcourt, US, hc, 1988. SC: Tweed. Add setting: Europe. [Tweed hunts a killer working on Moscow’s orders; one of four European section chiefs is working for the other side.] Shown is the cover of the reprint Pan edition.
FRANCIS, M. E.
-The Story of Mary Dunne. [Liverpool]
FREEMAN, MARY E(LEANOR) WILKINS. 1852-1930. See author’s entry under Wilkins-Freeman, Mary E(leanor).
-A Fatal Step. Unwin, 1895
GERARD, DOROTHEA [DOROTHEA GERARD LONGARD DE LONGGARDE]. 1853-1915.
-Exotic Martha. Paul, 1912
-The Red-Hot Crown. Long, 1909
GILMORE, MINNIE L.
-The Woman Who Stood Between. Routledge, 1895
The Miner’s Cup. Routledge, 1896 [Australia]
Not So Bad After All. Routledge, 1897 [England]
GOWING, EMILIA AYLMER (BLAKE)
-A Spider’s Web. Burleigh, 1899 [Russia]
GRAHAM, WINIFRED [MATILDA WINIFRED MURIEL GRAHAM CORY]
-The Gods of the Dead. Rider, 1912
GRAYDON, J. FARRER
-The German Bracelet. Neale, 1908
GREENWOOD, EDWIN. 1895-1939(?).
Whispers in the Dark. [Nevada]
Island of Secrets. Hale, 1988 [Caribbean]
-The Stolen Baby, Marion Clarke. Evangelist, 1899
HANNAY, J(AMES) F(REDERICK) W(YNNE) (SEUMUS). 1906-1984. Son of George A. Birmingham, q.v.
Dead Girls Can’t Scream. Harper pb, 1993
HAWKER, MORWENNA PAULINE. 1865-1908. Pseudonym: Lanoe Falconer, q.v.
HILL, GRACE LIVINGSTON
The Best Man. (Deleting the dash.)
The Red Signal. (Deleting the dash.)
HILTON, ALICE HOWARD
-A Blonde Creole. Stein (Chicago), 1891 [New Orleans]
HODGE, LORNA J. 1927-2008. Pseudonym: Lornie J. Leete-Hodge, q.v.
HOMER, A. N.
-The Richest Merchant in Rotterdam. Low, 1891 [Netherlands]
-Many Days After. Digby, Long, 1900
HUGHES, RICHARD (EDWARD). 1950- .
Isle Grande. Silver Mountain Press (Tucson), 1994 [Panama]
HUNT, MRS. ALFRED [MARGARET RAINE HUNT]. 1831-1912.
-Mrs. Juliet. Chatto, 1892
The Red Symbol. [Russia]
-A Tale of the 45. Murray, 1911 [past]
JENKIN, A. M. N.
-The End of a Dream. Lane (London), 1919
JONES, KATHARINE. 1868- . (Correcting birth date.)
KAMINSKY, HOWARD. Susan Stanwood Kaminsky, 1937-2008.
KAMINSKY, SUSAN STANWOOD. 1937-2008.
KAYLIN, WALTER. 1921- . At one time a resident of Old Lyme, CT. Occasional short story writer in the 1950s; author of one crime novel included in the Revised Crime Fiction IV. See below.
Another Time, Another Woman. Gold Medal, pb, 1963. Muller, UK, pb, 1964. Add setting: California. “... I had covered up manslaughter then. Now I had to cover up a murder.”
KEATS, GWENDOLINE. -1910. Pseudonym: Zack, q.v.
KENYON, EDITH D. -1925.
-The Mystery of Blackstone Mine. Holden, 1925
KEON, GRACE. Add pseudonym: Mary Wallace, q.v.
KING, K(ATHERINE) DOUGLAS. 1852(?)-1901.
KINGSLEY, FLORENCE (MORSE). 1859-1937.
-The Heart of Philura. Dodd, 1914 [New England]
KINKEAD, ELEANOR TALBOT [ELEANOR TALBOT KINKEAD SHORT]
-‘Gainst Wind and Tide. Rand, 1892 [Kentucky]
KNOCKER, GRATIANA LONGWORTH. Pseudonym: Gratiana Chanter, q.v.
-Before the Wind. [Scotland]
LANCASTER, DONALD. Pseudonym of William (Leonard) Marshall, 1944- , q.v. The book below was commissioned to be written after the disappearance of the series creator, Ian Mackintosh, 1940-1979, q.v. The book is extremely scarce.
The Sandbaggers: Think of a Number. Corgi, UK, pb, 1980. Novel based on the characters in the TV series. Add SC: Neil Burnside (Roy Marsden) & Willie Caine (Ray Lonnen).
LANG, FRANCES. Pseudonym of Winifred Langford Mantle, 1911- . Ref: CA.
The Vanishing Bridegroom. Hale, 1980 [France, ca.1700]
LEE, MARION BEVERIDGE
-Barselina’s Kiss. Clarke (Boston), 1908
LEETE-HODGE, LORNIE. Pseudonym of Lorna J. Hodge, 1927-2008.
Dangerous Guest. (Intended for adults with reading difficulties.)
Donovan. Chivers, 1976 (A rewritten version for adults with reading difficulties of the book of the same title by John Midgley, 1931- , q.v.)
LEMORE, CLARA [CLARA LEMORE ROBERTS]. ca.1849-1898.
-Penhala. Hurst, 1895
LESLIE, COLIN. Pseudonym of Gerald Anthony Roome?
-A Farrago of Foxes. Hale, 1976 [England, past]
LEWIS, EMILY GWYNNE
-Temporary Insanity. Murray, 1913
LIEPITZ, SUSAN LESLIE
Mystic Memories. Jove, 1998 
-The Sharer. Murray, 1912
LOWNDES, MARIE BELLOC
-The Heart of Penelope. Delete (not criminous)
-The Philosophy of the Marquise. Delete (not criminous)
-The Valley Captives. Murray, 1912; Holt, 1911 [Wales]
McCARTHY, EMMA W.
-Congressman John and His Wife’s Satisfaction. Dillingham, 1891 [Washington D.C.]
MacCOMAS, INA VIOLET. 1889- . Pseudonym: H. B. Somerville, q.v.
MACKINTOSH, IAN. 1940-1979. Correct both dates and spelling of last name (from MacKINTOSH). Born in Inverness; commissioned in the Royal Navy. Author of eight crime and thriller novels included in the Revised Crime Fiction IV. Of these, three were novelizations of TV series the author either created (Warship) or wrote and produced: Wilde Alliance, and the book below, which includes two cases worked on by an elite British Intelligence covert operations unit. Mackintosh himself died in mysterious fashion. According to a Wikipedia entry, during the third season of The Sandbaggers in July 1979, he and a girlfriend were declared lost at sea after their single-engine aircraft strangely disappeared near Alaska after a radioed call for help.
The Sandbaggers. Corgi, UK, pb, 1978. Novelizes two episodes of the TV series: “Always Glad to Help” and “A Feasible Solution.” Add setting: London, Cyprus. Also add SC: Neil Burnside (Roy Marsden) & Willie Caine (Ray Lonnen). [Shown also in the cover image below is Diana Keen as Laura Dickens.] See the author’s entry for Donald Lancaster for a second book in the series.
McINTYRE, JOHN T(HOMAS). Show name thus. SC: Ashton-Kirk (show name thus, with hyphen).
MALVEY, VICTORIA. 1962- .
Temptress. Sonnet, 1999 [England, 1784]
MANN, MARY E. (RACKHAM)
-Perdita. Bentley, 1893
MANTLE, WINIFRED LANGFORD. 1911- . Pseudonym: Frances Lang, q.v.
-The Hempstead Mystery. [England]
MARSHALL, WILLIAM (LEONARD). 1944- . Pseudonym: Donald Lancaster, q.v. Under his own name, the author of many mystery novels included in the Revised Crime Fiction IV. His best known series is the one that chronicles the adventures of the policemen who work out of the Hong Kong’s Yellowthread Station, beginning with Yellowthread Street (Hamish Hamilton, UK, 1975).
The Man Above Suspicion. Heinemann, UK, hc, 1969. SC: Charles Hood. Add setting: Windward Islands, France, Austria, London. [Shown is the cover of the 1970 Pan paperback edition.]
-The Adventures of Miranda. Delete (not criminous)
-At the Back of the World. Delete (not criminous)
-Bess of Delany’s. Delete (not criminous)
-The Burden of Her Youth. Delete (not criminous)
-By Mutual Consent. Digby, Long, 1903
-The Cleverest Woman in England. Delete (not criminous)
-Elizabeth’s Prisoner. Paul, 1914
-The Girl and Her Fortune. Delete (not criminous)
-The Home of Silence. Delete (not criminous)
-In an Iron Grip. [theatre]
-A Life for a Love. Digby, Long, 1894; U.S. Book Co., ca.1891
The Maid with the Goggles. (Deleting the dash.)
-A Princess of the Gutter. [London] (Adding the dash.)
Rosebury. (Deleting the dash.)
Ruffles. (Deleting the dash.)
The Siren. White, 1898
-The Soul of Margaret Rand. Ward, 1911
-The Stormy Petrel. Add 
MEADOWS, ALICE MAUD
An Innocent Sinner. (Deleting the dash.)
Donovan. See also: Lornie Leete-Hodge.
-The St. Cadix Case. Innes, 1898
MITTON, G. E. [GERALDINE EDITH MITTON SCOTT]. 1868-1955.
MULBACH, L(OUISE). Pseudonym of Klara Mueller Mundt, 1814-1873.
-A Conspiracy of the Carbonari. Neely, 1896 [Italy, ca.1805] (Translation.)
MUNDT, KLARA MUELLER. 1814-1873. Pseudonym: L(ouise) Mulbach, q..v
NEEDELL, MRS. J. H. [MARY ANNA LUPTON NEEDELL]. 1830-1903.
-Stephen Ellicott’s Daughter. Warne, 1891; Appleton, 1891
O’BRIEN, (ANNIE) GEORGINA
-A Twentieth Century Hero. Maunsell, 1913
-Who Was Lost and Is Found. Blackwood, 1894; Harper, 1895
OLLERENSHAW, MICHAEL FREDERIC. 1929-2000. Pseudonym: Michael Strong, q.v.
O’NEIL, KERRY. Show real name as John T(homas) McIntyre, q.v.
ORPEN, ADELA E(LIZABETH RICHARDS)
-The Jay-Hawkers. Appleton, 1900 [Missouri, Kansas]
-Dead! Trischler, 1891
The Second Plan. Hodder, 1938 [Afghanistan]
PENROSE, MRS. H. H. [MARY ELIZABETH LEWIS PENROSE]. 1860- .
-The Given Proof. Laurie, 1907
PIRKIS, CATHERINE LOUISA
-A Red Sister. Low, 1891
-A Long Shadow. Cassell, 1919
QUICKE, LINDSAY J. McNALLY. 1960- . Pseudonym: Lindsay Townsend, q.v.
RAIMES, H(ELEN) P. 1920s- . Librarian at London Hospital in 1970s.
RAMSEY, ALICIA (ROYSTON)
-The Adventures of Mortimer Dixon. [London]
RANDALL, ANTHONY A. Served in Indian Army, 1942-1946; a solicitor beginning in 1950.
RESNICOW, HERBERT. Architect and engineer on many buildings in New York City.
RHODES, KATHLYN (MARY)
-Afterwards. Hutchinson, 1915; Duffield, 1917
-The Lure of the Desert. Hutchinson,1916
-The Straight Race. Holden, 1916
The First Victorian; or, Sweet Celandine. Hale, 1971 [London, 1840]
-The Sinner. Hutchinson, 1897
RIVES, HALLIE ERMINE [HALLIE ERMINIE RIVES WHEELER]
-Smoking Flax. Neely, 1897
ROOME, GERALD ANTHONY. Pseudonym (?): Colin Leslie, q.v.
ROOSEVELT, BLANCHE [BLANCHE ROOSEVELT MACCHETTA]. 1853-1898.
-Hazel Fane. Chapman, 1891
ROWLANDS, EFFIE ADELAIDE
-The Game of Life. Ward, 1911
-The Scarlet Rider. Century, 1913 [England, past]
-The Woman Who Lived Again. Hurst, 1916
-Wicked Rosamond. Long, 1899
SAWKINS, RAYMOND H. 1923-2006. Pseudonyms: Colin Forbes, q.v., Jay Bernard & Richard Raine. Best known for his works of espionage, mystery and adventure under the Colin Forbes byline. Under his own name, the author of three detective novels featuring Supt. John Snow. One of these is shown below (Heinemann, 1966).
SCARBOROUGH, HAROLD ELLICOTT. 1897-1935. See: Gilbert (Henry) Collins, 1890-1960.
SERGEANT, (EMILY FRANCES) ADELINE
-Love Story of Margaret Wynne. White, 1899; Rand, 1898
In the Meshes. [London]
SIDGWICK, MRS ALFRED. Pseudonym: Mrs. Andrew Dean, q.v.
SILBERRAD, UNA L(UCY)
-The Lady of Dreams. Hutchinson, 1900; Doubleday, 1900 [London]
-Petronilla Heroven. Constable, 1903; Doubleday, 1903
SMITH, GEORGE H(ARMON)
Hot Stuff. Novel Books pb, 1960
Satan’s Mate. Newsstand Library pb, 1960
SMITH, KARLINE. Manchester-based writer and playwright.
SMITH, NORMAN EDWARD MACE. Born in London; served in RAF in WWII, then pilot for BOAC 1946-1971, then writer, then landscape painter.
SOMERVILLE, H. B. Pseudonym of Ina Violet MacComas, 1889- .
-Ashes of Vengeance. Hutchinson, 1913; McBride, 1914 [France, past]
STANGELAND, KARIN MICHAELIS [KATHERINE MARIE BECH BRONDUM MICHAELIS STANGELAND]. 1872-1950.
-The Governor. Lane, 1913 (Translation.)
STANWOOD, BROOKS. Susan Stanwood Kaminsky, 1937-2008.
STEWART, DOUGLAS (LINDSEY). Born in Glasgow; solicitor in London.
STILWELL, HART. 1902-1975.
-Border City. Doubleday, 1945; Hurst, 1948 [Texas]
STRATENUS, LOUISE ANTOINETTE
STRONG, MICHAEL. Pseudonym of Michael Frederic Ollerenshaw, 1929-2000.
TALBOT, L. A.
-Lance-in-Rest. Harper, 1904
THOMPSON, MARAVENE (KENNEDY)
The Woman’s Law. [New York City]
TOWNSEND, LINDSAY. Pseudonym of Lindsay J. McNally Quicke, 1960- .
TRIPP, MILES (BARTON). 1923-2000. Pseudonyms: John Michael Brett, Michael Brett, qq.v. Born in England, served in RAF Bomber Command during World War II. Studied law and was admitted as a solictor in 1952. Under his own name, the author of over 30 crime and detective novels included in the Revised Crime Fiction IV. Fourteen of these featured a private eye named John Samson; one of these is shown below (Severn House, 1999).
-Friendly Foes. Digby , Long, 1903
-Kincaid’s Widow. Smith, Elder, 1895
-Lady Jean’s Son. Jarrold, 1897
-Miss Nance. Long, 1899
VAN VORST, MARIE
-In Ambush. Lippincott, 1909; Methuen, 1909
The Ferrybridge Mystery. [London]
WALFORD, S. E.
-Until the Dawn. Chapman, 1899
WALLACE, (RICHARD HORATIO) EDGAR. See also: Robert (George) Curtis, 1889-1936.
WALLACE, MARY. Pseudonym of Grace Wallace Doonan, 1873- .
-The Ruby Cross. Benziger, 1917
WARD, A. B. Pseudonym of Alice Ward Bailey, 1857-1922, q.v.
-The Sage Brush Parson. Little, 1906 [Nevada]
-The Bohemian Girls. Delete (not criminous)
-The Colonel’s Past. Delete (not crminous)
The Farm in the Hills. (Deleting the dash.)
Girls Will Be Girls. (Deleting the dash.)
-The Half-Smart Set. Delete (not criminous)
-The Heart of a Girl. Delete (not crminous)
-An Impossible Husband. Delete (not criminous)
-Lady Lee. Delete (not criminous)
-Little Miss Prim. (Adding the dash.)
-Love’s Sentinel. (Adding the dash.)
A Society Snare. Correct to: A Society Scare.
A Sporting Offer. (Deleting the dash.)
When the Devil Drives. (Deleting the dash.)
-Beauty in Distress. Delete (not criminous)
-The Dancing Leaves. Delete (not criminous)
-The Game of Love. Delete (not criminous)
-The Path of Virtue. [theatre]
-Two Girls and a Saint. Delete (not criminous)
WELLS, FAREMAN. Pseudonym of Eardley Beswick, 1885-1979.
WEST, MORRIS L(ANGLO)
Cassidy. TV movie: Australian Broadcasting, 1989 (scw: Joanna Murray-Smith; dir: Carl Schultz)
The Second Victory. Film: Melaleuka, 1986 (scw: Morris L. West; dir: Gerald Thomas)
-The Shadow of Hilton Fernbrook. Chatto, 1896; New Amsterdam, 1896 [New Zealand]
WHEELER, MRS. WILLIAM LAMONT [ESTHER GRACE LAWRENCE WHEELER]
-A Washington Symphony. Putnam, 1893
-Black Mark. Blackwood, 1909
WHITE, ALAN. 1924- . Pseudonyms: James Fraser, Alec Haig, Bill Reade & Alec Whitney. Born in Yorkshire, England. Under his own name, the author of 18 spy and mystery novels included in the Revised Crime Fiction IV, three of them marginally. Series characters include Detective Inspector Armstrong; and Captain Colson of the British Special Services, a veteran of numerous commando raids during World War II.
The Long Midnight. Barrie, UK, hc, 1972. Harcourt, US, hc, 1974. Setting: Norway, World War II. Delete SC: Captain Colson. [Two men are sent to Norway, 1943, to uncover a traitor to the Nazi resistance. Shown is the cover of the 1973 Pan paperback edition.]
WILKINS-FREEMAN, MARY E(LEANOR). 1852-1930. Add as a new author entry. Ref: CA. Born in Randolph, Massachusetts; married Dr. Charles M. Freeman in 1902. (Her name is sometimes given as Mary E. Wilkins Freeman.) Noted American writer, known best for her stories centering around New England life.
-“Doc.” Gordon. Authors and Newspapers Association, 1906. Published in the UK as Doctor Gordon (Unwin, 1907).
_Doctor Gordon. Unwin, UK, hc, 1907. See “Doc.” Gordon.
The Brotherhood. Blond, UK, hc, 1968. US title: The Purity League (Putnam, 1969). Also published in England under the US title (Panther, 1970). Add setting: Europe. [Journalist Magnus Owen and a beautiful undercover agent named Maya take on a sinister network called the ‘Brotherhood of Virtue.’]
_The Purity League. Putnam, US, hc, 1969. Panther, UK, pb, 1970. See: The Brotherhood.
WILLIAMS, (GEORGE) EMLYN. 1905-1987. Father of author Alan (Emlyn) William, 1935- , q.v. , and actor Brook Williams, who appeared in numerous films and London stage productions. Noted Welsh actor and dramatist; author of two criminous novels cited in the Revised Crime Fiction IV, along with three crime-related plays.
WILLIAMSON, EMMA SARA
-A Child Widow. Chatto, 1891
WINSLOW, HELEN MARIA. 1851-1938.
-A Woman for Mayor. Reilly, 1909
WINTER, JOHN STRANGE
-The Other Man’s Wife. White, 1891
WYLIE, I(DA) A(LEXA) R(OSS)
-The Temple of Dawn. Mills, 1915; Doran, 1915
-Olive Kinsella. Long, 1905
YOUNG, F(LORENCE) E(THEL) MILLS
-Grit Lawless. Lane (London & NYC), 1912 [South Africa]
ZACK. Pseudonym of Gwendoline Keats, -1910.
-On Trial. Blackwood, 1899 [England]
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